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Re: washing maching squeeks while in spin cycles
Try this... if you can, spray some wd-40 all over the motor and transmission shafts... sometimes, using a powder detergent can clog it up OR just the normal wear and tear if you using a liquid... it's always a good idea to run thru a cycle of bleach on your hottest setting. it break up that debris and is considered good upkeep.
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The motor Carriage is not pulling back fast/far enough special poly lube you can use other lube just wont last long or will deteriorate wheels quickly. What you can do is set for spin, hold open lid slightly with one hand pull back on motor slightly. If sound stops you got it. Other wise sounds like mount stem may need replacing if you do also replace spin bearing this is under basket and outer tub on top of transmission.
Hello, If its making a loud squeeking/scraping noise, in my maytag that i
repaired, the problem was the waterpump. If you turn the washer on it's
side, you will see that it has a belt with three pully's on the bottom.
One pulley is connected to the waterpump and right where the pulley
meets the metal plate it's connected to, there should be a gold
coupling. This coupling sometimes comes loose and scrapes the metal
plate on spin cycle (when the pulley is spinning) which causes the
scraping/squeeking sound. If this is the case, you will see where the
coupling has scraped a groove into the metal plate. The coupling will
eventually catch while spinning and break entirely. The cheapest new water pump is $80.
I would take body of washer find out where noise coeing from.. got 2 screws in each side of head, flip head up and take clamps off .. pull whole body off washer run thu cycle and see if ya can locate the noise.. sometimes water pumps get something in them that well make weird noises.. but are in all cycles.